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does amybody make a good a good crank rod and cam for the raptor 700 my motor took a shit and im gonna start racing harescrambles not a good way to start my year off
 

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I hate to say search, but damn just on the front page there is a whole bunch of topics on stroker motors. A stroker kit would come with the crank, rod and piston. Some have complete kits that include the cams, gaskets, port and polish, valves, valve springs. Some even have labor.

After you do a search check out. http://www.geisickperformance.com/yamaha_raptor_700.htm
Check under engine kits or if you jsut want a rod and crank check under cranks.
 

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integlikewhoa said:
I hate to say search, but damn just on the front page there is a whole bunch of topics on stroker motors. A stroker kit would come with the crank, rod and piston. Some have complete kits that include the cams, gaskets, port and polish, valves, valve springs. Some even have labor.

After you do a search check out. http://www.geisickperformance.com/yamaha_raptor_700.htm
Check under engine kits or if you jsut want a rod and crank check under cranks.
watch for the flamers bro :thumbsup: They are mean..... :lol: :lol:
 

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Also to add right now im not sure if they are the only one, but the most used or popular cranks that are being used come from.
http://barkersbars.com/products/yamaha/yamaha_atv_crank.php
Both www.rocketfactory.biz and www.geisickperformance.com use them. They come in a few different lenghts and with HD rods. Up to +6mm stroke can use a standerd piston. +8mm strokes require a special stroker piston. The standerd pistons you can pick up from just about anyone. JE, CP, Wisco And a few others. Stock bore is 102mm or you can bore your stock cylinder up to 105.5mm. Pistons are already made in 102, 103, and 105.5mm from the big compaines. Combine a +8mm stroker crank and rod with a 105.5mm piston to get a 804cc monster or mix and match any in between to get a smaller CC down to our stock 689cc.
Hope this helps a bit.
 

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RaptorFreeeek said:
watch for the flamers bro :thumbsup: They are mean..... :lol: :lol:
:nana: Bring those flammers on. LOL

I did throw the search out but I also did help the guy out. It wont kill him to read whats out side his own thread. Theres alot of good info for him.
 

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I agree. I think the people that flame are the people that don't like to search for themselves either. They would rather be told, than to do a little reading to become a little more educated.
 

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Check out Kenz Cycle Tech, they can hook you up with anything you need from mild to wild at a very reasonable cost. You won't find a better crew to deal with and there customer service is second to none.

http://www.kenzcycletech.com/raptor700.html


They are also a site sponsor and I gurantee they will treat you right :thumbsup:
 

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RaptorRandy27 said:
Check out Kenz Cycle Tech, they can hook you up with anything you need from mild to wild at a very reasonable cost. You won't find a better crew to deal with and there customer service is second to none.

http://www.kenzcycletech.com/raptor700.html


They are also a site sponsor and I gurantee they will treat you right :thumbsup:
Im sorry for leaving out KENZ. They are a great shop.
 
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